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On the heels of the successful opening of Unruly Brewing Co., the Pigeon Hill Brewing Co.
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The average cost for regular, unleaded fuel on Tuesday, Dec. 17 is $3.07 per gallon, 15 cents less than last week, according to the AAA Daily Fuel Gauge Report.
Muskegon Heights city officials say they may wait to take the next step on a plan to put a new retailer on the site of an empty supermarket.
College hockey will take Scott Pooley back to the East Coast. Pooley, a first-year player with the Muskegon Lumberjacks, made a verbal commitment to play at Holy Cross following his junior career.
The suspension takes effect Jan. 3. Until that date, Davis may continue working on cases he already has.
Code enforcement in the city of Muskegon is going to become more aggressive under the expanded contract with private provider SafeBuilt and violations are going to get more expensive.
Monday morning, the ice cover put on hold the coal freighter Buffalo's plans to dock at the B.C. Cobb plant.
Sprint now has 300 cities and towns in its LTE footprint, but it still has some big holes to fill, like San Francisco.
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, testifies Wednesday before the Senate Appropriations Committee in support of Senate Bill 233, which authorizes funding for emergency harbor dredging projects throughout Michigan.
No one was injured in a Monday morning bus fire in the city of Muskegon after a fire spread from the back of the bus into the interior.
Jeffrey Lewis, Muskegon's public safety director, has had a close-up look at the impact of closing state psychiatric hospitals.
That's the question MLive Muskegon Chronicle is asking readers to decide with its video category for the new end-of-the-year Newsie awards.
The Muskegon area can expect up to five inches of snow possibly today, Dec. 16, according to a winter weather advisory in effect until Tuesday afternoon.
Digital violin, yoga and art will combine for a unique concert experience at 7 p.m. on Dec. 20 at the Watermark Center, 920 Washington Ave. Avant-garde violinist Dixon's Violin will perform as part of the venue's last installment of its Inside the Mitten concert series this year.
Members of the Fruitport Township police and fire departments volunteered Thursday, Dec. 12, to bring some holiday cheer to a local family that lost their home and their dog in an Oct. 29 fire.
Calling all young writers: The Mona Shores Optimist Club has launched the 2014 essay and speech contest for middle and high school students.